Replicated loom in the Makah Cultural and Research Center. Although weaving had not been known to occur among the Ozette, several looms were found in the excavations. Dog hair from specially bred dogs was used in the textiles, along with plant fibers.
Cradle board made of birch bark. Bark was folded in the front to form a small seat and then extends in the back for support. A small piece of bark is attached at the front rim as a belt. It is held in place by a strip of leather wrapped around back support and tied. Edges of frame are embellished with a reed wrapped twig. Very small, probably used for a toy doll.